Etymology
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conditional (adj.)

late 14c., condicionel, "depending on a condition or circumstance, contingent," from Old French condicionel (Modern French conditionnel), from Late Latin conditionalis, from Latin condicionem "agreement; situation" (see condition (n.)). Related: Conditionally; conditionality.

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Definitions of conditional

conditional (adj.)
qualified by reservations;
conditional (adj.)
imposing or depending on or containing a condition;
lent conditional support
conditional acceptance of the terms
the conditional sale will not be complete until the full purchase price is paid
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